JamieWade25’s review published on Letterboxd:
Listen, there's plenty to complain about; strange editing, overly complicated presentation, a lack of of character depth and motivation, some bonkers bad sound mixing and the occasional piece of clunky dialogue.
I had a lot of fun. Even the second time I watched it I found there to never be a dull moment. Probably the most original and exciting set-pieces of Nolan's career. Plenty of interesting character interactions and charismatic leads, even Aaron Taylor Johnson is there for a bit, it's great! What more could you want? To actually hear all the dialogue you say? No! Shut up! Look at this jet they just crashed! Look at all the backwards stuff! Terrific.
Also Robert Pattinson is excellent, and I want him to be this character is every film.